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Poster: GunsmokeFan Date: Feb 4, 2009 6:11am
Forum: oldtimeradio Subject: Anyone want to trade MP3 OTR?

Hi Guys. I'm looking for someone to trade OTR MP3's with. My collection includes Philip Marlow, Boston Blackie, Casey Crime Photographer, Dragnet, Fort Laramie, Gunsmoke, I Love a Mystery, Inner Sanctum, Lights Out, Lone Ranger, Mysterious Traveler, Tales of the Texas Rangers, The Falcon, The Saint, The Whistler, The Shadow, Six Shooter, Have Gun, Will Travel and Yours Truely, Johnny Dollar. They are all mostly complete series, maybe missing a few. I'm looking to trade for anything that I don't already have, but I'm looking particularly for westerns. If you want to trade, please message me so we can set up a trade.

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Poster: tomwsmf Date: May 13, 2009 12:09pm
Forum: oldtimeradio Subject: Re: Anyone want to trade MP3 OTR?

I think the whole point of this place is we are all trading with each other by offering up each others collections not just to ones and twos but hundreds and thousands.

Hats off to all the people putting shows up, for spending the time to get the sound right and the files named in a good manner.

It amazes me how far things have come in the last 12 years. Rather than these shows being held in the hands of a few there is this vast river of treasure everyone, avid collector, new listener, and the casual listener, can draw from.

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Poster: ohiopoet Date: May 12, 2009 5:53am
Forum: oldtimeradio Subject: Re: Anyone want to trade MP3 OTR?

If you travel at all, go to the annual Old-Time Radio and Nostalgia Convention in Cincinnati, Ohio. It's held in mid-April. The contact person is Bob Burchett, 10280 Gunpowder Rd., Florence, KY 41042. Ask him to put you on his mailing list. I usually spend $100 or so there annually.